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2022 All Sussex-Warren Football Team

By Joe Hofmann, 11/21/22, 9:30PM EST

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By Joe Hofmann

For two years, they rolled through the NJSFC American Blue schedule and led Newton to back-to-back conference championships and a berth in the North 2, Group II sectional final this year.

So it is no wonder that running backs Brayden Nolan and Thaylor Sibblies are together on the MorrisSussexsports.com's All-Sussex-Warren first team.

Nolan rushed 143 times for 1,515 yards and 23 touchdowns. He also was in on 107 tackles at linebacker, including one sack and 11 tackles for losses. For his four-year career, he was 297 for 2,826 rushing and scored 39 touchdowns.

Sibblies, meanwhile, was 128 for 1,234 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also had five interceptions from his defensive back position. During his career, he was 251 for 2,266 yards and 24 touchdowns.

Other headliners on the first team include Sparta quarterback Austen Frattura, Wallkill Valley quarterback Dylan Bonser, running back Shane Nugent and receiver Chase Lorencovitz, Vernon running back Gage Moskovitz, Pope John linebacker Sean Line, and Lenape Valley running back-defensive back Eric Perez.

Frattura, a four-year starter, is simply one of the best quarterbacks in Sussex County history. He finished the year 138 for 187 for 1,930 yards and 13 touchdowns and also rushed for 496 yards and seven more TDs.

For his career, the Holy Cross-bound Frattura was 538 for 799 yards, 8,227 yards, 74 TDs and only 23 INTs.

Bonser was 148 for 247 passing for 1,998 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Nugent was a threat either running the ball or out of the backfield. He was 150 for 1,026 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns and also caught 32 passes for 364 yards and four more TDs.

Lorencovitz was one of the best receivers in all of New Jersey for the second straight year. He caught 71 passes for 1,127 yards and 11 touchdowns. Last year, he was 65 for 858 and five TDs. For his career, he caught 140 passes for 2,044 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Moskovitz was one of the leading rushers in New Jersey, going 170 for a school record 1,530 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also caught eight passes for 133 yards and two more touchdowns. During his career, he rushed for 2,717 yards and 36 touchdowns, both school records.

Line was one of the best linebackers in North Jersey. He had 54 solo tackles and 93 assists and had to be accounted for by opponents as he had 24 tackles for loss and four sacks He also had two INTs, caused two fumbles, recovered a fumble, returned an INT for a touchdown, had a safety and blocked a punt.

Perez finished his career as one of the best players ever at tradition-rich Lenape Valley. He was 146 for 1,368 yards rushing (second-best in school history) and 18 touchdowns. At linebacker, he was constantly in the opposing team's backfield with 17 1/2 tackles for loss and eight sacks.

Here is the MorrisSussexsports.com's first annual All-Sussex-Warren football team.

ALL-SUSSEX-WARREN

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

QB-Austen Frattura, Sparta

QB-Dylan Bonser, Wallkill Valley

RB-Brayden Nolan, Newton

RB-Thaylor Sibblies, Newton

RB-Gage Moskovitz, Vernon

RB-Shane Nugent, Wallkill Valley

OL-Justin Platt, Pope John

OL-Hunter Peterson, Sparta

OL-Jason Wohlers, North Warren

OL-Rylan Ivaldi, Newton

OL-Matt McLean, Newton

OL-Dylan Ciborski, Hackettstown

WR-Chase Lorencovitz, Wallkill Valley

WR-Nick Ryan, Sparta

WR-Ricky Healy, Vernon

PK-Robert McCollough, Newton

UT-Angelo Fluri, North Warren

UT-Jayden Aziz, Warren Hills

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

DL-Cadin Madry, Pope John

DL-Brody Guerra, Newton

DL-Dylan Cotter, Newton

DL-Cobie Bonners, Warren Hills

DL-Chad Quaranta, Vernon

LB-Sean Line, Pope John

LB-Pasquale Festa, Newton

LB-Matt Schweizer, Sparta

LB-Anthony Ferroni, Warren Hills

LB-Eric Perez, Lenape Valley

DB-Chase McCoy, Pope John

DB-Zach Williamson, North Warren

DB-Demarius Posey, Newton

DB-Max Seward, High Point

P-Jack Morgese, Pope John

Ret-Tylik Hill, Pope John

UT-Josh Brancy, Sparta

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

QB-Derek Lazier, Vernon

QB-Luke Dugan, Warren Hills

RB-Andrew Knutelsky, Kittatinny

RB-Andrew Baker, Sussex Tech

RB-Mason Mericle, High Point

OL-Austin Wrede, Hopatcong

OL-Jack Moritz, North Warren

OL-Liam Kelly, Lenape Valley

OL-Jason Fischer, Wallkill Valley

OL-Jack Austin, Vernon

OL-Logan Arienta, Sparta

OL-Paul Hamas, Warren Hills

WR-Finnegan Mell, Sparta

WR-T.J. Kachala, Warren Hills

PK-Kevin Lockerburner, High Point

UT-Jackson Burke, Hackettstown

UT-Jared Van Valkeburg, North Warren

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

DL-Cooper Rosso, North Warren

DL-Chris Carey, Wallkill Valley

DL-D.J. Rosanelli, Wallkill Valley

DL-Hunter Chlodnicki, Sparta

DL-Ryan Van Nest, Warren Hills

DL-Logan Pych, Vernon

LB-Dan Fahey, Kittatinny

LB-Craig Shipps, North Warren

LB-Jaiden Liferiedge, Hackettstown

LB-Joseph Bencivengo, Hackettstown

LB-Nick Casterina, Pope John

DB-Sean Garrison, Sussex Tech

DB-Christian Bujno, Hackettstown

DB-Mo Warren, Warren Hills

DB-Lucas Csezmadia, North Warren

P-Diego Huaman, Lenape Valley

Ret-Anthony Edwards, Hackettstown

UT-Matt May, Newton